What does it mean if a food is high in any nutrients?
It is called malnutrition.
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Nutrient Cycle, is a general term for the course traced by any particular life-essential substance as it moves through the physical and biological environment. The nutrient cy…cle is a basic concept in ecology. Essential nutrient cycles include those of carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, and water. Many other elements and compounds are also essential, even if only in trace amounts. Nutrient cycle is the process by which nutrients are passed from living things to non-living things in a continuous cycle.
Higher nutrient density allows you to get more benefit, from a smaller amount of food. Because of the higher nutrient density (found in fruits, vegetables and other natural fo…ods) you will feel less hungry than you would if you ate pop tarts and potatoe chips.
High GI gives a quick rush of glucose that then drops off just as quick as low GI. Low GI foods tend to provide a longer feeling of fullness while High GI gives it suddenly an…d then drops just as quick as the low GI so low GI is much better.
It is a nutrient dense food:)
Jelly Filled Dounts and Bombs
non msg foods
all foods have nutrients in them acually nutrients is carbohaydretes fats protian mineral water vitimans
foods that are a risk to you/ something that can harm you
Sugar, which has 16 calories per teaspoon has no vitamins or minerals.
Foods high in cholesterol and fats are high risk for heart disease.
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In Food Science
That they are bad for your heath according to what your reading it from
Not really its not a good idea to just focus on one sort of food,you need a variarity to be healthy as some foods have things that others don't.
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It is usually referred to as a nutrient dense "Super Food".
I don't really know but you can just ask this question and telling what the type of food is, and I'm sure you will find the answer. I hope this helped !
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All of 'em...